repugnant

Plain vs Repugnant - What's the difference?

plain | repugnant | Related terms |

Plain is a related term of repugnant.


As adjectives the difference between plain and repugnant

is that plain is while repugnant is repugnant.

As verbs the difference between plain and repugnant

is that plain is to lament, bewail or plain can be (obsolete|transitive) to plane or level; to make plain or even on the surface while repugnant is .

As an adverb plain

is (colloquial) simply.

As a noun plain

is (rare|poetic) a lamentation or plain can be an expanse of land with relatively low relief.

Disdain vs Repugnant - What's the difference?

disdain | repugnant |


As verbs the difference between disdain and repugnant

is that disdain is to regard (someone or something) with strong contempt while repugnant is .

As a noun disdain

is (uncountable) a feeling of contempt or scorn.

As an adjective repugnant is

repugnant.

Repugnant vs Gross - What's the difference?

repugnant | gross | Related terms |

Repugnant is a related term of gross.


As an adjective repugnant

is repugnant.

As a verb repugnant

is .

As a proper noun gross is

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Poignant vs Repugnant - What's the difference?

poignant | repugnant |


As adjectives the difference between poignant and repugnant

is that poignant is (obsolete|of a weapon etc) sharp-pointed; keen while repugnant is repugnant.

As a verb repugnant is

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Repugnant vs Abhor - What's the difference?

repugnant | abhor |


As verbs the difference between repugnant and abhor

is that repugnant is while abhor is to regard with horror or detestation; to shrink back with shuddering from; to feel excessive repugnance toward; to detest to extremity; to loathe .

As an adjective repugnant

is repugnant.

Disgusted vs Repugnant - What's the difference?

disgusted | repugnant |


As adjectives the difference between disgusted and repugnant

is that disgusted is filled with disgust while repugnant is repugnant.

As verbs the difference between disgusted and repugnant

is that disgusted is (disgust) while repugnant is .

Repugnant vs Dislike - What's the difference?

repugnant | dislike |


As verbs the difference between repugnant and dislike

is that repugnant is while dislike is (obsolete|transitive) to displease; to offend (in third-person only).

As an adjective repugnant

is repugnant.

As a noun dislike is

an attitude or a feeling of distaste or aversion.

Disagreeing vs Repugnant - What's the difference?

disagreeing | repugnant | Related terms |

Disagreeing is a related term of repugnant.


As verbs the difference between disagreeing and repugnant

is that disagreeing is while repugnant is .

As an adjective repugnant is

repugnant.

Repugnant vs Counter - What's the difference?

repugnant | counter |


As adjectives the difference between repugnant and counter

is that repugnant is repugnant while counter is contrary; opposite; contrasted; opposed; adverse; antagonistic.

As verbs the difference between repugnant and counter

is that repugnant is while counter is to contradict, oppose.

As a noun counter is

an object (now especially a small disc) used in counting or keeping count, or as a marker in games, etc or counter can be (nautical) the overhanging stern of a vessel above the waterline or counter can be (obsolete) an encounter.

As an adverb counter is

contrary, in opposition; in an opposite direction or counter can be in opposition; in an opposite direction; contrariwise.

Capricious vs Repugnant - What's the difference?

capricious | repugnant |


As adjectives the difference between capricious and repugnant

is that capricious is impulsive and unpredictable; determined by chance, impulse, or whim while repugnant is repugnant.

As a verb repugnant is

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